As part of our ongoing Prince William Award work, and our English work on Flanders Fields, we finished the week with a morning of remembrance.
We learnt about the origins of World War I and the importance of remembrance for those who have died, those who have been injured and those who “Live On”. Our challenge was to ensure “we never leave a man behind” by creating a stretcher to carry a wounded member of our team.
Throughout the week we have re-thought remembrance and we are proud to say that we #RememberWhatWeStandFor. The sacrifices of those men and women in our armed services allow us to “Be Our Best Selves”.
We went to St Paul’s, Jarrow to complete our morning by leaving messages of remembrance by the Roll of Honour.